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Beige living room ideas

As beige becomes the go-to colour for all things interior, I want to share my pick of beige sofas and discover why beige is all the rage. I love how @victorian_reno_project has styled their Soho sofa in Manhattan Acorn in their beige space.

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Far from boring, beige possesses an understated elegance that stands the test of time against any interior fad.


Designed to blend in effortlessly with countless interior styles, it’s easy to see why beige is back, replacing the usual neutrals that have more recently graced our homes.


A warmer alternative to the cool tinges of white or grey, beige brings a cosier colour scheme that creates a calming and comforting environment and a clean, unblemished aesthetic.


Beige is a classic, ageless shade. Commonly known for being plain, beige provides the perfect foundation for creating a beautiful, fuss-free, soothing space.


One of the most versatile colours, beige lends itself beautifully to a plethora of colour palettes, from playful pinks and pastels to rich, royal blues. Beige is also a perfect complement to many on-trend earthy colours, such as rust, amber and terracotta, or nature-inspired colours like greens and browns.

Beige living room ideas


There are many different ways to use beige in the home. From paint and wallpaper choices to staple pieces of furniture like sofas and chairs, and soft furnishings like cushions, curtains and rugs. 


Add a blanket of beige to your living room with a beige carpet – a timeless choice that will go with any interior scheme and never go out of style. 


Beige can also be used as an accent colour. Break up a vibrant wall with some beige wall art or add some beige cushions covers to a dark sofa.


Beige is a brilliant subtle colour scheme for a family space. Its light tones help any room feel airy and relaxed, making it an ideal choice for a space that is generally used by multiple people and tends to take on many uses – from relaxing and hosting to working or playing.


If you want to keep the look laid-back but still sophisticated, add natural textures like wood, linen and jute.

What colour goes with beige?


Beige is a hugely versatile colour that can be paired with a myriad of shades.


If you want to break up the beige with a complementary colour, there are many shades you can pair beige with for your interior décor.


A green and beige living room can add a vibrancy to your interior without being too loud. If you want to make a big impact, a blue and beige living room offers a fantastic contrast due to the sandy hues of beige warming the naturally cool tones of blue.


Or, take on a softer version of the monochrome look with a beige and black living room.  


Beige is so adaptable that even shades as equally neutral to itself will work wonderfully, such as white or cream.


A grey and beige living room also looks very elegant and will give your home a contemporary and streamlined look.


Beige sofas


No beige living room would be complete without a cosy beige couch.


Take a look at my pick of beige sofas:

1. Ellie 3 seater sofa  


Your classic beige 3 seater sofa, our Ellie sofa offers traditional stylings with super soft fabric and large back cushions for laid-back comfort.


Comes complete with complimentary accent scatter cushions, adding contrast to its beautiful beige upholstery.


Check out the Ellie range in Aria Beige to add a touch of beige to your home.

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2. Sisi Italia Vito 3 seater sofa


Made from genuine Italian leather, our Sisi Italia Vito sofa is your ultimate beige leather sofa.


Offering deep seats, high-backed comfort and elegantly curved arms, it is guaranteed to add a touch of luxury to any living space.


Try the Macadamia 352 Fango or the Macadamia 328 Tortora leathers for beige tones.



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3. Theo fabric 3 seater sofa


If you’re looking for a beige fabric sofa, look no further than the stunning Theo sofa range.


Expertly crafted using high quality fabric, the Theo comprises versatility and style, with angular arms, and choice of mahogany or oak effect legs. 


Take a look at the Theo in Valentino Collection Beige fabric for beige tones.

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4. Margot fabric 3 seater sofa


A beautiful addition to complete a warm beige living room, the Margot sofa is a picture of contemporary elegance with modern, clean lines, slightly shaped arms and distinctive lined details.


Upholstered in luxurious, plush velvet fabric, the Margot is finished with complimentary scatter cushions and slim tapered legs.


Browse the Margo range and look for the colour Tiffany Mink for a beige sofa. 

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5. Marshmallow 2 seater sofa


Sink into comfort with the Marshmallow - the ultimate snuggly sofa.


Boasting big squishy seats, curved arms and super soft fabric, the Marshmallow sofa combines design, indulgence and style for the cosiest of sofas.


Finished with fibre filled seats as standard and complimentary scatter cushions. Check out the Marshmallow in Palermo Marble for a beige tone. 

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6. G Plan Soho Fabric 3 Seater Sofa


Add some retro charm to your living room with the Soho sofa.


Featuring foam seating as standard, the Soho offers support and style, with a low slung design, distinctive button details to the back cushions and complimentary bolster cushions for added character and comfort. 

 

Check out the Soho in Manhattan Acorn to get the look as seen in the image at the top of this page.

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Beige sofa & living room inspiration

For more inspiration on creating a cosy living space, read our article, 10 ways to make your home more hygge.

Victoria Foster

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Stylist & Visual Merchandiser

at ScS

24th September 2023

Victoria is a stylist and merchandiser based at our in-house photo studio. Having been part of the ScS family since 2012, Victoria styles stunning home sets with the latest trends to showcase newly launched ScS products. With over 25 years of experience in styling and merchandising, she loves to keep an eye on the latest trends in the interior landscape. Victoria's favourite interior scheme is the Boho trend and loves to layer a mixture of different textures in her home. Her styling top tip is to always create a focal point in a room. Whether it’s a feature wall, a piece of artwork, or a bright patterned rug, having a focal point can help to drive the decisions on the rest of the rooms layout.